Weekly Dirt: Straight line, All-Japanese MX, 2017 stuff

Red Bull Straight Line Rhythm Re-Look

If you happened to miss the RBSLR, here it is up on the Tube of You.

Facebook/Instagram Political Moto Photoshop whatever it is photo of the week

I can’t give credit to the exact creative mind who made this but it is funny as S%#&. It was on FB but a link from Instagram

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Seely Tops All Japanese MX National on the 17 CRF450R

Following the Monster Cup, HRC Honda Rider Cole Seely went to see where the CRF450R’s are made ride one as well while in Japan. Needless to say, Seely went (1-1) again the Japanese National MX rider on the new Honda.

2017 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Schedule


Dungy Chasing the Dream Extra

Babbitt wins his Fifth Title

Not since 2011 has the KTM/Red Bull and TLD rider Russell Babbitt won the AMA National Enduro championship, yet in 2016 it marks his fifth title. Babbitt went into the final round with a nice point spread during the final round of the series in Sand Springs, Oklahomaand. His fifth place finish was easily enough to clinch him the the title.
Final Round Results:
1. Cory Buttrick, KTM
2. Jesse Groemm, KTM
3. Stewart Baylor, Jr., KTM
4. Ian Blythe, KTM
5. Drew Higgings, KTM
6. Russell Bobbitt, KTM

Who knew going in circles could be this fun

SX Tickets on Sale NOW

You might have to buy the entire seat even though you will only need the edge-LOL, but they are available now for your credit cards pleasure. The opening rounds have been said to sell out so if you down’t want to sit in the nose bleeding area, act now at www.supercrosslive.com.

Riding with the King Contest winner

Webb Bests Haaker in Denver

In a heated race it was defending EndudroCross Champ Cody Webb, despite Colton Haaker’s early lead.
Currently Haaker has the lead in points over Webb by 10. In Denver it was KTM rider Ty Tremaine filling up the podium.
2016 Denver AMA EnduroCross Main Event Results
1 Cody Webb, KTM
2 Colton Haaker, Husqvarna
3 Ty Tremaine, KTM
4 Cory Graffunder, KTM
5 Kyle Redmond, Beta
6 Taddy Blazusiak, KTM
7 Max Gerston, Beta
8 Trystan Hart, Husqvarna
9 Noah Kepple, KTM
10 Nick Thompson, KTM
11 Cooper Abbott, Husqvarna
12 Ty Culins, Beta

AMA Supermoto Champs Crowned in Phoenix

In convincing fashion Gage McAllister not only won both mains at the final round of the series, but took home another championship. DBT test rider Dustin Hoffman to runner-up honors for the weekend but could not best GMcA. Hoffman won one race during the year but it was McAllister that dominated most of the series.
2016 Champions: (left to right) Pro Lites Champion Jackson, Pro Open Champion McAllister and National Amateur Champion Malcolm Barker.

PR and Stuff

Ride Engineering 2017 Rider Support
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Non-Motorcycle FB video of the Week: Wait for it!!!!